WHO RUN THE WORLD? GIRLS!

Tuesday 13 November 2018
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Canberra’s best and brightest business women have been recognised for their strong business acumen and leadership through changing times, at the prestigious Canberra Women in Business Awards. Held at Pialligo Estate last Thursday, Chief Minister Andrew Barr gave each of the 43 finalists in 9 categories their certificates, noting the great courage and determination it takes to thrive and succeed in business. 

 

Here at the Shaker, we’d like to give a shout out to these inspiring women and the partners who recognise the contribution they make to our society!  

 

  • Canberra Weekly Public Sector Award - Carrie Leeson 

          Special Commendation to Juliet Moody  

  • CWB Champion of the Year - Nina Gbor
Canberra’s best and brightest business women have been recognised for their strong business
acumen, selfless support others and leadership through changing times, at the prestigious
Canberra Women in Business Awards, held at Pialligo Estate last Thursday.
Chief Minister Andrew Barr gave each of the 43 finalists in 9 categories their certificates, noting
the great courage and determination it takes to thrive and succeed in businacumen, selfless support others and leadership through changing times, at the prestigious
Canberra Women in Business Awards, held at Pialligo Estate last Thursday.
Chief Minister Andrew
  • Rubik3 Innovation Award - Christina DeLay  
  • Dixon Advisory Mentor of the Year - Jennifer Wittwer 
  • IML Leadership Award - Tracy Keeley 
  • Nous House Micro Business of the Year  - Annette Braagaard 
  • Solace Creations Small Business of the Year  - Christine Marr  
  • HerCanberra Young Businesswoman of the Year  - Kym Degenhart  
  • Chamberlains Law Firm Business Women of the Year - Tracy Keeley 

          Special Commendation to Suzette Bailey   

 

Barr gave each of the 43 finalists in 9 categories their certificates, noting
the great courage and determination it takes to thrive and succeed in business.
Canberra’s best and brightest business women have been recognised for their strong business
acumen, selfless support others and leadership through changing times, at the prestigious
Canberra Women in Business Awards, held at Pialligo Estate last Thursdayef Minister Andrew Barr gave each of the 43 finalists in 9 categories their certificates, nreat courage and determination it takes to thrive and succeed in business.

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